Learn how to make Pinterest work for you in as little as 5 minutes per day.
While other social media platforms are designed to keep you on their site - Pinterest is specifically designed to get your audience to click through to your site. Using Pinterest the right way not only drives website traffic, but also provides a clearer idea of what you have to offer to your audience.
This challenge will teach, connect, and keep you up-to-date on all things Pinterest while you grow your personal brand.
Ever been a victim of scrolling through Pinterest for so long that you forgot the reason you logged on in the first place?
While many bloggers and influencers have got the art of Instagram nailed, it’s strange that Pinterest can still confuse us for what is actually quite a similar (and some may say superior) medium. There’s an active audience on Pinterest always on the hunt for recipes & wellness articles, and after Facebook, it has the highest level of user engagement. Pinterest has been growing in popularity in the last 12 months, and it’s showing no sign of slowing down.
Even dormant blogs can get high traffic volumes from Pinterest by doing zilch!
A little maintenance on your profile and know how to create your images effectively will go a long way with helping to attract a steady stream of new visitors.
Feeling confused and overwhelmed by Pinterest?
You hear everyone talking about Pinterest and how it’s sending them traffic in droves, but you just aren’t seeing it for yourself. You’ve followed some tips about Pinterest growth and even implemented some suggestions from like-minded peeps within Facebook groups, but you can’t seem to get the fabled Pinterest traffic you keep hearing about.
This challenge is here to unveil the secrets of Pinterest success
People think that Pinterest is a social media network when really it’s a search engine that has some social aspects to it. Because of this difference, it’s important to keep in mind that Pinterest is more of a long-term investment than a quick-hit tool, like a Facebook or Twitter. It can take weeks, or even months, for Pins to gain traction on Pinterest.
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From the algorithm to creating your pins, we got you covered
Creating a recognisable style of Pin, that reflects your website, will help your followers recognise your Pins in their feed. That will also help readers connect Pins to where they have seen your website on other platforms and just create a stronger brand impression across all of your networks.
A few of the things you'll learn:
- Determine your specific Pinterest goals
- The secrets of creating and curating content that gets clicks
- Plan and schedule your Pinterest content each week
- How to analyse your data so you’ll always know what to do next
- Learn how to measure your success via analytics
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We'll be keeping you excited to keep using Pinterest with community support, feedback, and best practices.
There are things about Pinterest marketing that can be tricky to get our end around - like Rich Pins, Conversions Tags, even how to best use Tailwind. In this challenge we'll cover for you the best ways to do that.
Learn how to make great pins and use Pinterest effectively to boost your traffic, sales and subscribers and is ideal for beginners or those wanting to brush up their knowledge.
As the key traffic driver for your website, Pinterest’s potential has still to be fully explored. Join us to go through the best practices to up your game.